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SANTA FE – Considerable discussion still revolves around Gov. Susana Martinez as a running mate for the GOP presidential nominee. But most of that discussion is now occurring in New Mexico.
Gov. Martinez still seems to be making good moves. She is following the Republican playbook but isn’t causing the fuss that many other newly elected Republican governors are.
Martinez got some good publicity in Arizona recently when she graciously greeted President Barack Obama at the Roswell airport on the way to an appearance at Maljamar.
It may be that the Republican establishment didn’t care for the warm welcome but an Arizona newspaper offered that it was pleasant to see our president treated in a civil manner rather than a finger-shaking diatribe.
When Obama visited Arizona recently, Gov. Jan Brewer was caught on camera giving him what appeared to be a dressing down. The act was said to have enhanced her new autobiography “Scorpions for Breakfast.”
Despite some good political moves by Gov. Martinez, the talk in Washington seems to be turning toward finding an established heavyweight vice-presidential candidate to help their badly battered presidential nominee.
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